As a Los Angeles Pacific University student, you have access to a number of resources designed to help you succeed in our online programs and beyond. LAPU offers the Career and Vocation Center to help students connect their education to a career, as well as access to APU’s libraries and the LAPU Bookstore. Students can also take advantage of a variety of academic support services, including 24/7 online tutoring and writing skills support.
Life at LAPU
Success Coaching and Academic Advising
You will be assigned a Success Coach who will serve as your key liaison at LAPU to help you succeed in your program. Your Success Coach will act as your academic advisor to develop a plan to complete your program. As an online student, you can always contact your Success Coach via phone or email to receive guidance on making academic choices in schedule and program requirements.
Student Services - https://studentservices.lapu.edu
This is where you will go to access your student records such as grades, transcripts, schedules, and financial statements. Please note the password and user name are different than the ones used to log in to course.lapu.edu. If you have forgotten your user name and password please contact your Success Coach. Visit https://studentservices.lapu.edu to view your records.
Student Complaint Policy
View Los Angeles Pacific University's Student Complaint Policy
Career and Vocation Resources
As an LAPU student, we don't just want you to graduate with a degree but also discover a vocation that makes a difference! The LAPU Career and Vocation Center has been designed to help you graduate from LAPU prepared for a career as demonstrated by an ability to communicate your strengths, a well-written resume, and effective job searching and interviewing skills. Visit the Career and Vocation Center to see the wealth of resources and support.
Office of Student Financial Services
The LAPU’s Office of Student Financial Services is committed to partnering with students to navigate through the financial aid process. We understand that funding your education is important, and we look forward to helping you reach your educational goals. You can contact Student Financial Services any time at firstname.lastname@example.org
Visit our website for a list of Common Questions regarding financial aid.
As part of your spiritual development, LAPU encourages students to engage in worship experience online. The Azusa Pacific student body produces Web-hosted chapel services at various times throughout the week on live simulcasts at www.apu.edu/live, and LAPU students may access this chapel program at their convenience.
Chapel programs exist to create a consistent rhythm of intentional worship experiences for students that encourage spiritual formation through creative arts, gifted speakers, and Christian practices.
Book and Software
Order your books, digital textbooks, and class materials online from the LAPU Bookstore and start your classes prepared. Simply login using your LAPU email credentials.
Discount Software Retailers
Students can save up to 85 percent off retail pricing on popular software products by purchasing through discount retailers such as JourneyEd.com.
To qualify for an academic discount at JourneyEd.com, you will need to provide one of the following documents as proof of your academic status:
Letter of Enrollment on school letterhead
Instant Online Verification
Current Student ID
Registration Receipt for the current term
24/7 Online Tutoring & Writing Skills Support
As part of LAPU’s commitment to you and your academic achievement, we’re pleased to offer free online tutoring and writing skills support with Tutor.com. Expert tutors are on hand 24/7 (except holidays) to help you with assignments, concepts, exam preparation, writing, study skills, using technology, and career help. The service covers a wide range of subjects, including multiple areas of math, science, English, writing, and business. You will work one on one with your tutor in an online classroom on your specific homework problem until it’s done.
Math Prerequisite Preparation
If you need to prepare for MATH 125 College Algebra, consider the following options:
CalCampus - www.calcampus.edu/math.htm
Regionally accredited by the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement
12-14 week courses
Contact for pricing
California Virtual Campus - cvc.edu
Assistance finding needed online classes from California Colleges and Universities
Local Community College
Local regional accreditation
Possible online learning options
Take LAPU’s MATH 099 Intermediate Algebra course
MATH 099 is non-degree applicable
3 units, 8 weeks long
Contact your success coach about course availability
MATH 099 is a pass/fail course and a C- 70% or better must be earned in order to place into MATH 125 College Algebra.
Math Placement Test Help
Writing Skills Support
Other Self-Help Resources
A variety of public resources are available for students seeking additional academic support.
Khan Academy - www.khanacademy.org
The Khan Academy is a not-for-profit with the goal of changing education for the better by providing a free world-class education to anyone anywhere.
Math.com - www.math.com/
Dedicated to providing revolutionary ways for students, parents, teachers, and everyone to learn math.
Services include tutoring and homework help
West Texas A&M University: - wtamu.edu/academic/anns/mps/math/mathlab
Virtual electronic math lab
Courses in beginning, intermediate, and college Algebra
LAPU students have online access to more than 140 online databases, including 46,000 electronic journals, 60,600 ebooks. They can also make use of a 24/7 reference service and online tutorial guides by logging in to the APU Library online databases through APU Library Resources page.
Additionally, LAPU students who live within 15 miles of the campus are able to check out hard copy versions of books using their LAPU ID# at any Circulation Desk at any one of the Azusa Pacific University’s libraries.
William V. Marshburn Memorial Library (East campus)
Hugh and Hazel Darling Library (West Campus)
James L. Stamps Theological Library (West Campus)
Users outside of the of the 15 mile radius have an option to request printed materials to be sent to their home. Simply choose "Request," from the printed material's information page and enter the required information.
The Accessible Education & Resource Office is here to provide reasonable accommodations and resources to make education accessible for all students. Accommodations are individualized based on the learning needs of each student and upon documented verification of disability. Please see the Accessibility page on our website for more information and instructions on requesting academic accommodations.